Just run "gimp" in "bin/" folder.
New: import PDF, jpeg2000, and exif support.
Author: Michael Natterer
Date: Tue May 3 22:03:15 2011 +0200
gimp-remote: no (not enabled)
D-Bus service: no
Language selection: yes
Ascii Art: no (AA library not found)
Help Browser: yes
JPEG 2000: yes
PDF (import): yes
PDF (export): yes
TWAIN (MacOS X): no
TWAIN (Win32): no
URI: yes (using GIO/GVfs)
Windows ICO: yes
X11 Mouse Cursor: yes
EXIF support: yes
ALSA (MIDI Input): yes
Linux Input: yes (HAL support: no)
DirectInput (Win32): no
Color Correction: yes
Soft Proof: yes
Use xvfb-run no (not found)
You could add to the description this great article with some of the new features:
I just wanted to named correctly the OS you name Linux. Linux is a kernel, GNU is a userspace (ignoring Hurd). These two projects complete an OS which is named GNU/Linux (ignoring the mascot).
As you may see, I did a new build with PDF import, and Jpeg200. For a windows build, I can not because I don't have this OS, sorry.
Happy to learn it works on Ubuntu.
What is missing in this build is libpoppler for the PDF import. (AA lib and JPEG 2000 Support is not that importent.)
But what I think is even more importent are Windows builds, because the most Debian users are able to built from GIT, but only some Windows users are.
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